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Primal Needs Mass Market Paperback – December 30, 2008
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I've not read previous books by Sizemore and I'm not even sure if this is a series or not. Reading it, it felt like one. I wondered if Sizemore was repeating instances from previous novels or just giving flashbacks. It was hard to decide which. I do know that the story started off with a vampire, Sid, and a werewolf, Joe. Sid and Joe apparently had a relationship in the past when Sid screwed it up. Sizemore flips back and forth between the past and present day to explain this.
Then...halfway through the book she jumps to another story between the vampire Tony and the human woman Rose. Tony had to give up Rose because his mommie said so. Sizemore again flips back and forth between the past and the present day.
All this flipping and switching characters was very confusing. Sizemore does NOT have a talent in this area to smoothly transition between people, places, and time. It would have been a better story if she would have stuck with one set of characters and time.
I did not find this an enjoyable read, which may in part be due to the fact that I did not read the previous books in the series. I found the two page chapters broke up the story into disconnected pieces and the jumping between many time periods distracting...and really, are sixty one chapters in 300 pages really necessary? Some of the concepts in the book were interesting (such as vampires producing a "dawn" drug so that they could go out in daylight), but the writing skipped around too much and lacked details and just didn't hold my interest. None of the characters were sufficiently fleshed out so that the reader cares what happens to them, they don't really have personalities. I won't be reading the rest of the series and can't really recommend this novel as a satisfying read.
Joe has hated Sid for what he perceives as `mind rape' and once his memories are unlocked, freeing the details of their passionate encounters, he is even angrier at her betrayal. But when a mission for the Dark Angels, a special ops group of supernaturals dedicated to protecting their races from threat of discovery and annihilation, forces Joe and Sid into close contact, Joe is having a hard time maintaining his anger and an even harder time thinking at all because of the overwhelming desire he still feels for Sid.
But Sid and Joe's isn't the only romantic reunion in the book. Sid's sire Tony has finally decided to claim the woman, Rose, he has loved for 60 years - the human woman he was ordered to leave behind by the matriarch of his clan.Read more ›
Meanwhile Sid's father, Antony has cherished from the shadows for six decades the human Rose; he loves her but is forbidden to do anything about his feelings by his species for the last 60 years. When someone kidnaps his Rose, Tony pleads with his daughter to save her life. She is teamed up with Dark Angel Joe to find and rescue Rose. Still angry with her for what she did to him, Joe also realizes she could not erase his love for her or conceal her love for him.
The latest Primal (see HEAT and DESIRES) urban romantic suspense fantasy is a strong tale of star crossed lovers. Sid thought she was doing what was best for Joe while he felt she betrayed their trust. Their acrimonious beginning makes vampires and werewolves seem genuine in Susan Sizemore's Primal realm. Fans will enjoy this refreshing second chance at love thriller; that is if they survive the enemy and their two species.
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I started the series and couldn't wait to finish the last book. Am waiting for the next sequel. They are worth your time.Published on November 19, 2013 by Amazon Customer
If you start this series, brace yourself for the urge to forget everything else, this series is addictive. Read morePublished on May 19, 2013 by Amazon Customer
I liked Sid and Joe's story Susan doesn't disappoint as usual I love her prime series I do wish she would specify in what order her books are to be read that's my only conPublished on December 31, 2012 by sohopt
Primal Needs shows how two people must fight for what they want in ways that they never thought that they would have too. Read morePublished on July 25, 2011 by purplesea
i love love love this book sid is so strong tell she gets joe in her blood then nothing will do tell she is in his arms ounce more could not put it down it is a must readPublished on May 12, 2010 by Amanda Hill
Love this series and this is book is a great read.
I also answers the questions about whether werewolves and vampires
I can understand how those who are new to the series might not enjoy having two story lines in the book, but it works for me because Tony is Sid's father and I wanted to see his... Read morePublished on August 25, 2009 by Amazon Customer
I loved this book! I was happy with the way this book fitted into the series. The ending of the book was fantastic and left me craving the next book! Read morePublished on February 5, 2009 by Ashley